It is 2 am, and I’m sitting in my living room watching reruns of Gilmore Girls, which is not normally the way I would like to spend a Thursday night, or an early Friday morning, for that matter. However, once again, I have discovered that I cannot fall asleep. I haven’t been sleeping well lately, not sure if it has been caused by the stress over the resort, Jeff’s job, and the house, or something else.
If it is housing stress, I would think I would sleep better tonight. This evening we looked at an adorable, but tiny house on McLean Ave in Tomah. It is only two bedrooms and the rooms are tiny, but it is so cute. And has hardwood floors throughout, and the owner allows pets, and it has a fenced in yard. I should be thrilled, but there is still so much uncertainty about everything that I cannot fully relax.
Moving from our spacious three bedroom house to a tiny two bedroom is going to be an adjustment in itself. I have no idea where I am going to be able to store my yarn stash, amongst other things. I’m currently working on whittling down our possessions, but it is slow going.
And now I am out of Gilmore Girls, after watching “An Affair to Remember” and “The Festival of Living Pictures,” so I’ve moved on the Ghost Hunters reruns.
On the knitting front, I’ve been slowly (very slowly) chipping away at the banded peasant blouse, I’ve finished both sleeves and am now working on the body. I’ve also cast on my first lace project and my first knit project with beads, the Cheshire Cat Stole. I originally wanted to have it done in time to wear it to Pete’s wedding, but considering that is on Saturday, that’s not going to happen. I’m also working on a pair of socks using the two at a time, toe-up pattern.
I’m now going to continue with Ghost Hunters and work on the banded peasant blouse until I can fall asleep.